The Campaign to Organize Digital Employees plans to offer better support for workers in the tech and gaming industries looking to organize.
One person with a chronic illness working in the tech industry shares how she and others like her struggle in their line of work, and how change can help.
Employees who were recently fired by Google say that the tech company is treating its workers poorly, and its open work culture is over.
Google employees are unhappy with how the company treats them – other tech companies are facing similar situations, too.
Claiming that the ride-sharing company misclassified its drivers as independent contractors, New Jersey is asking Uber to pay big bills.
A new tool put in place at the company has employees feeling like higher-ups are spying on them, and quashing their right to protest.
A recently passed bill will require app-based companies to reconfigure how it labels and treats contracted workers.
Google uses many freelancers for a variety of services, but these workers don’t receive the same salary, benefit, or professional treatment as their full-time counterparts even when they work consistently.
Amazon is investing millions of dollars to train and retain employees, alongside providing them with better benefits and evading job replacement by automation.
We’re living in the age of the empowered worker. Between the ability to work remotely from anywhere in the world, unlimited PTO, wellness programs, green initiatives, and free snacks in the cafeteria, today’s employee expects added benefits. When weighing the pros and cons between one job offer and another, a prospective hire might go with […]